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Report Says Quinn Ahead Early, but Anderson Coming On in QB Race had an interesting take on the Browns QB derby today stating that Quinn is ahead, but DA is catching up:

According to one front office personnel man, Browns QB Brady Quinn had the early lead in camp and QB Derek Anderson has been coming on in the past three days. On Wednesday, Quinn moved the team down the field with the short passing attack. Anderson used a lot more vertical passing and was just as effective.

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3 Responses to “Report Says Quinn Ahead Early, but Anderson Coming On in QB Race”

  1. Daniel Wolf says:

    Bottom line, Mangini needs to decide if he wants a short passing game or a mid to long range passing game.

    Either way I have been to 4 practices so far and both have not done anything real special.

  2. Clayton says:

    I agree with Daniel that neither has been spectacular, however, I don’t know what this mystery front office personnel fellow has been watching but it has not been the same that I saw in Berea on August 4. That day, Brady clearly got more action than DA.

  3. ButchGavlen says:

    We all know tha DA has the bigger, stronger arm, and can throw the ball long. It’s his accuracy in pressure situations and thinking on his feet, panicking and staring the reciever down for the full pattern he is running that the DBs are keying in on. Once they saw him on tape he has not been able to do a thing. Now I agree that there was NO coaching of players to improve with the old regime. So IF they can change those things for more than one game….that’s adifferent story and we’re back to square one. I believe however he by this time is pretty set. And I still want to see BQ get a year to see his improvement and skills. Look at Sipe for crying out loud; RAN the offense.

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